Do you experience Sunday night dread? Do you relate to the countless social posts for #Mondayblues ?
Well, you're not alone. Apparently, one in three of us are unhappy in our job, with almost one in ten saying that choosing their current career path was one of the biggest regrets of their life.
Online careers service Startprofile.com published the research this week, highlighting that the retail, transport and healthcare sectors are the worst hit.
Interestingly, many of us end up in a job we don't enjoy because of decisions made at a young age, highlighting the importance of young people having access to all relevant careers information to make better choices.
Is it ever to late to change your career path in search of happiness? Well that's all up to us, but with a third of us inspired by our parents, maybe it's time to remember that the next generation's career happiness is also on us.
If the daily nine-to-five grind is getting you down, there’s a good chance the person sitting next to you feels the same way. A new survey has found that more than a third of workers hate their job. And according to the poll, one in ten says choosing the wrong career is their biggest regret. Many blame receiving poor careers advice for their predicament. But while 36 per cent of employees say they loath their job, only 14 per cent admit they are looking for a new one. Those most likely to be searching the job adverts work in retail (26 per cent), transport (23 per cent) and healthcare (21 per cent), according to the study by careers service Start.